An Interview on Spiritual Receptivity and Thoroughly Jewish Thursday on Wednesday

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Dr. Brown speaks with Daniel Norris about his new book Receptivity: Tuning in to God’s Voice, and then because of Thanksgiving this week, Dr. Brown will focus on Israel, the Middle East (and talk of a coming World War III), and Jewish-related subjects, taking your Jewish-related calls. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.


Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: As we come into the Thanksgiving season, I encourage you to have an attitude of gratitude, an attitude of thanksgiving, and crucify the grumbling and complaining.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: As I continue to look at world headlines, as I continue to see talk that World War 3 could be coming and Israel in the crosshairs, I am reminded that our God remains King of all.


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  1. During the part about the caller who was talking about the 7th day of the creation week, and God resting on that day, it brought to mind a song I heard Johnny Cash sing, Who Kept The Sheep, a Christmas song about the night the shepherds left their flock to see the Christ child. It seemed to me that whoever wrote this song may have been thinking something about Col 1:17 which talks about Jesus keeping everything in the creation in order, together, and functioning, and it seems to me that if God did not have that done, if it were not somehow kept in order by him, in some way, then everything would go into chaos, one thing being connected to another. Col 1:16 speaks of God creating everything by Jesus. Yes, God did the work, but it seems to me that His Son also did, and it seems to me that God having a Son, and planning to send him into this world, was something he may have been alluding to in the first few verses of Genesis, because some of that seemed to correlate so well with Luke 1:35. Yes, I believe God kept the creation in order as Jesus was a new born babe, and was a child growing up under the care and love of Joseph and Mary. Yes, I believe God kept the sheep that night, and was watching over them, and right now, I’m thinking about something concerning God resting on that 7th day, something that also may be alluding to the gospel.

  2. So, if we take the view that the creation needs a constant maintenance to keep it from going into complete and total chaos, (one thing having such an effect upon another thing) which seems to be suggested by Col 1:17, then “Who kept the sheep?” on that day that God rested? Was it Jesus?

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